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28 11/2022

ConcernCenter Updates 2.3.0

By |2022-11-28T19:59:04+00:00November 28th, 2022|Release Notes|0 Comments

Go-Live Date: 12.02.2022 Resource Card Redesign Feature Description We have worked closely with our UI/UX developers to redesign our current ConcernCenter Resource Card to visually separate content and more optimally place key information, making it easier for users to find what they need. We have tested this new experience out with some pilot sites, and it is now ready for wider deployment. The Change Different content sections will have [...]

30 08/2022

National Grief Awareness Day – Virtual Hug

By |2022-09-05T18:20:25+00:00August 30th, 2022|Social Media|0 Comments

Thank you for being here. I’m so sorry you’re hurting. I’m so sorry that you’ve ever had to experience the loss of something or someone who was once really important to you. I know sometimes it may feel like it, but I promise you are not alone. You are not alone if you cry at night. Even many years later. You are not alone if a memory fills your body with emotions you didn’t know were still there. You are [...]

12 08/2022

ConcernCenter Update 2.2.0

By |2022-08-11T18:58:57+00:00August 12th, 2022|Release Notes|0 Comments

Go-Live Date: 08.12.2022 Administrator User Expansion Feature Description When you log into the Admin Portal for your ConcernCenter platform, you will now see two new items on the login page. We have set up the ability for ConcernCenter to remember your login credentials if you choose. We have also created the ability for you to reset your password if you want to change it or forget what it was. [...]

27 05/2022

ConcernCenter Update 2.1.0

By |2022-05-25T19:58:46+00:00May 27th, 2022|Release Notes|0 Comments

Go-Live Date: 05.13.2022 ConcernCenter Implements AccessiBe! Feature Description ConcernCenter has implemented AccessiBe on all platforms and websites. AccessiBe is a website adjustment tool that makes accessibility modifications based on a user's individual needs. All adjustments are compliant with WCAG 2.1 AA & AAA requirements, so you can be confident that your site will always be in compliance. The Change We have partnered with AccessiBe to ensure that your platform [...]

7 04/2022

ConcernCenter Update 2.0.11

By |2022-04-08T14:22:57+00:00April 7th, 2022|Release Notes|0 Comments

Go-Live Date: 04.07.2022 Custom Pages on ConcernCenter Feature DescriptionThis new feature allows Admins to create additional pages on the ConcernCenter platform. These pages will have the same look and feel as the rest of your ConcernCenter platform and are helpful when creating things like site guidelines, 'how to' instructions, and other important information your users may need.The ChangeYou can add pages to your ConcernCenter platform that contains additional information users [...]

31 03/2022

ConcernCenter Update 2.0.10

By |2022-04-01T13:11:39+00:00March 31st, 2022|Release Notes|0 Comments

Go-Live Date: 03.31.2022 Toggle 'Suggest Resource Update' Required Fields Feature Description In 2021, ConcernCenter released the 'Suggest Resource Update' button. This option sits at the bottom of the Resources page and allows users to notify the admins if they notice potentially incorrect information on a resource. The admin receives a notification and can determine if an update is needed. The Change Now you can allow a user to submit a [...]

3 05/2021

7 Practical Strategies for Reducing your Stress

By |2021-05-05T19:44:22+00:00May 3rd, 2021|COVID, K-12/Charters, College/University|1 Comment

You’re stressed. I get it. Me too. And that means you want to scroll down to the 7 Practical Strategies for Reducing your Stress instead of reading all of the “blah, blah, blah” that comes before the part you really care about. But thankfully, I’m not a fan of the “blah, blah” either, so I’ll save you some scroll time. Here's the gist: Stress sucks. These strategies work for me. I hope they work for you too. Block your schedule. [...]

9 09/2020

A Note to You During National Suicide Prevention Week

By |2021-12-29T23:40:28+00:00September 9th, 2020|K-12/Charters, College/University|0 Comments

I was 24 years old, in a Master’s of Mental Health Counseling program, and facilitating one of my first group sessions. It was an interpersonal relationship process group- you know- one of the groups used to train newbie therapists how to be in the here-and-now and learn about their quirks through interactions with others in the group? Pretty low key. At least most of the time. I loved group facilitation and especially relished in the moments when I would say something (I thought was) profound; earning myself the respect and admiration of those who were participants. I felt admired by my colleagues, supported by my professors, and would do anything I could to continue the persona of master therapist; wise beyond my years.

24 03/2020

Connecting During COVID-19

By |2020-09-10T17:36:00+00:00March 24th, 2020|K-12/Charters, College/University, COVID|0 Comments

The need to recognize and support students of concern didn’t simply stop when Coronavirus affected our schools. In fact, for many, the number of student’s needing support increased while options for supporting them, decreased. Now that almost all of our country's institutions and districts have gone to some form of virtual instruction and remote ways of supporting students, Case Managers, School Psychologists, and Behavioral Intervention Team (BIT) leaders have taken on a new task—identifying creative ways to check in on [...]

27 08/2019

Some K-12 Districts are Ready to Identify Students of Concern, Others Are Not… Yet

By |2020-09-10T16:24:37+00:00August 27th, 2019|K-12/Charters|0 Comments

The date was April 16, 2007. I think it was a Monday. I know it was a day that changed the landscape of student support on college campuses, forever. On this day an undergraduate student opened fire, shot, and killed 32 people and wounded 17 others on the campus of Virginia Tech. The nation was stunned. If this could happen on a college campus—where smart and capable students were focusing on bettering themselves and their futures—it could happen anywhere. In [...]

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